Cheryl L. Butler is the patient mother of eight children and the owner of "Choc-o-wits", a witty twist on the chocolate business. When not sorting laundry she writes the column "Family Zone" for two magazines in Southern RI and the column "It's All Good". Cheryl is the author of Pregnant Women Don't Eat Cabbage. A freelance journalist, she's published in anthology series such as Chicken Soup for the Mothers of Preschooler's Soul and Misadventures of Moms and Disasters of Dads. She lives in Saunderstown, RI with her go-with-the-flow husband, Brian, and their fun-loving brood of five boys and three girls. Contact her at CB091987@AOL.COM Visit Cheryl at www.CherylButler.org.
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